Thrifty Dish Liquid Container

I had a nice pretty hand soap pump container that I had gotten from my niece. When it was empty, I filled it with dish washing liquid soap and I leave that on top of the sink to be used for either hands or dishes. I have used this container like this for a few years now and just love it. When empty I just refill with dish washing liquid. It keeps my sink very neat and clean at all times.

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By nancy mckendrick from Iron Mountain, MI

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November 22, 20110 found this helpful

This was a wonderful reminder about a decanter I have in the sink cupbroad, it's for Christmas and being it's that time of year am digging it out.

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January 14, 20130 found this helpful

This is one of the most frugal kitchen tips around. I've found that since I started using a pump dispenser at the kitchen sink I use far less liquid to wash the dishes!

Right now I'm using a dispenser I rinsed (several times) after using up all the hand wash liquid. I'm keeping an eye out for a second hand ceramic or metal dispenser to replace the one I'm using now because the current one wasn't meant for long term use-the plastic is becoming brittle with repeated refills and the sides have a tendency to collapse. Hopefully I'll find a ceramic or metal one soon in one of the second-hand shops.

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October 8, 20180 found this helpful

When I do dishes, I use a brush to get all the solids off the dishes quickly under running hot water. Then I wet a sponge and shut the water off. I put a small amount of dish soap on the wet sponge (not the dishes) and am able to soap up ALL the dishes I just brushed. The soapy sponge takes care of any remaining residue not removed by the brushing.

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Then I rinse the all of them at the end and air dry them in the dish drainer.

Also, I never stack the dishes when taking them to the sink so I only have to worry about one surface to clean, since I did not get food on the bottom of the dishes in addition to the top (although I do give it a quick swipe with the soapy sponge).

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